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Watch: Cruz Punches, Elbows Wife on Way Off Campaign Trail

May 4
We know that being on the campaign trail can put a strain on a marriage, but...

Trump Shifts to New Campaign Phase, Dismisses GOP Critics

By Julie Pace and Scott Bauer | May 4
Donald Trump, the GOP presidential nomination virtually in hand, is signaling a new phase of his outsider campaign.

Sanders: Clinton Team Thinks Race 'Is Over. They're Wrong'

By Ken Thomas | May 3
Bernie Sanders said Tuesday that his primary bid against Hillary Clinton was far from over, pointing to his victory in Indiana and strength in upcoming races as a sign of his durability in the presidential campaign.

Ted Cruz Ends His Bid for Republican Presidential Nomination

By Scott Bauer and Steve Peoples | May 3
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz ended his presidential campaign Tuesday, eliminating the biggest impediment to Donald Trump's march to the Republican nomination.

Trump Repeats Unsubstantiated Claim Cruz Dad has Oswald Ties

By Jonathan Lemire and Jill Colvin | May 3
Republican front-runner Donald Trump rehashed unsubstantiated claims Tuesday that his rival Ted Cruz's father has links to President John F. Kennedy's assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald.

Once a Clinton Stronghold, Appalachia Now Trump Country

By Lisa Lerer | May 3
The leftward shift of the Democratic Party during the Obama administration on social issues, including gay marriage and gun control, hasn't helped. "In those areas . it has become culturally unacceptable for a white male to admit he's a Democrat,"

Viewer's Guide: Cruz, Sanders Fight Inevitable in Indiana

By Nancy Benac | May 3
Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders are all-in for Indiana as they try to stave off the growing aura of inevitability surrounding their opponents. But Donald Trump says his general election race against Hillary Clinton has "sort of already started."

Will GOP Accept Donald Trump as Their Nominee?

May 3
While the GOP feud escalates between Republican candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, Trump seems to be inching closer to the nomination

Quigley Directs FDA to Remove Discriminatory Language from Blood Donor Questionnaire

By EDGE | May 2
U.S. Representative Mike Quigley told the FDA to remove the discriminatory question on sexual orientation from its blood donor questionnaire and replace it with a question that is based on behavioral risk and sound science.

Presidential Candidates Fight to Secure Delegates

May 2
Donald Trump was campaigning in Indiana on Sunday, where a double digit win would put him on track to secure the majority of delegates needed to win the nomination.

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